…that every child around the world will come to know, love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ.
Awana is an international, non-denominational, evangelical program for children. Our club program will allow kids to have a blast with a spirited game time, a time of singing, stories, completing their handbooks, and just having fun.
They earn awards and points as they work their way through their handbook and proudly wear their earned badges on their uniforms!
Our club starts at 6:00 pm with supper and will end at 8 pm each Wednesday evening through May except for the following nights:
November 27 – Thanksgiving
December 25 – Christmas
January 1 – New Year’s Day
Additional cancellations may occur, but you will be given notice of those ahead of time. In case of bad weather, please check with WIBW regarding cancellations.
It is estimated that the cost of Awana is about $30 per child. In order to offset that expense, we are asking for a registration fee of $25 per child with a maximum of $35 for two children and $40 for three children in a single household.
This fee will help offset costs related to the uniforms and handbooks as well as the awards clubbers receive when completing each section of the handbook. Samples of these items will be displayed at the registration table. Registration fees are due prior to your child receiving their handbook or uniform.
There is no charge for meals. Volunteers from the church provide a light supper for your children. If you would like to help provide a meal, please talk with our Club Commander, Karen Gustafson. You will be partnered with another volunteer to prepare the meal. We will provide meals as long as we have volunteers willing to serve.
Also, parents are asked to volunteer during club time, four times a year. The Awana Secretary, Pat Eakes can help you find dates that will work for you!
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Nationwide polls and denominational reports are
showing that the next generation is calling it quits on the
traditional church. And it’s not just happening on the
nominal fringe; it’s happening at the core of the faith.
More information about “Already Gone” can be found here.